Brehze matches up with cheater in matchmaking game
In a sponsored stream for Bitcasino, playing under an alias, Evil Geniuses' Vincent "Brehze" Cayonte turned to Counter-Strike's built-in competitive matchmaking system. While professional CS:GO players often turn to FACEIT, ESEA, and other third-party clients due to their 128 tick servers and robust anti-cheat software, Brehze decided to see what the wild west of matchmaking looked like.
While he started under an alias, it didn't take long for his teammates to figure out Brehze's identity. Nonetheless, that didn't stop "dg vii" from turning on his cheats while on the stream of a professional player. As you can tell from the clip below, it isn't exactly hard to spot his external assistance.
You can also tell that the user in question isn't worried about being banned, since he owns a StraTrak Bayonet with a Doppler finish, a skin worth quite a pretty penny. Since VAC and game-banned accounts are also trade-banned, he would have no recourse to sell his knife if he were banned, but dg vii doesn't seem concerned about that possibility.